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Black and white photograph of a schoolhouse with whitewashed siding, a teacher with 14 multi-aged students outside the front door. Some students standing on the steps, other sitting on firewood. Two windows with shutters can be seen on the side of the schoolhouse. One window can be seen inside the school house through the open front door. Brick chimney on the roof; Top Row: Anna Bahnmaier McCall, Edith Bahnmaier Tobler, Elizabeth Bahnmaier; 2nd Row: Ray Bahnmaier, Helen Bahnmaier Wulfkuhle, Caroline Bahnmaier Bates; 3rd Row: Viola (Viva?) McKenzie-- Teacher, Ina Bahnmaier Dietrich, Margaret Bahnmaier Dark, Frances Bahnmaier Wulfkuhle; Photograph taken by Juno B. Shane, Lawrence, Kansas. Juno, a woman, took over her father's photography studio in 1902. The school was rebuilt with stone in 1905. Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission through the Kansas State Historical Records Advisory Board.

Creator: Shane, Juno B.
Date: Between 1902 and 1905

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Item Number: 440756
Call Number: Lecompton Historical Society L0407
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 440756

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